Dogs In Leotards Are The Next Big Thing
October 7, 2016
You can now fit your dog in a lightweight, breathable pint-sized leotard. Although it looks adorable, this is not a fashion statement.
The founder of Shed Defender, Tyson Walters, came up with the idea to prevent his Saint Bernard from shedding in his car.
"My car was practically ruined. Harley's hair would intertwine in the fabric and not want to ever come out," Walters told The Dodo. "She would shake and the hair would just explode off her and disperse all throughout the car. I looked around on the internet and dog stores, but I couldn't find a solution. So I decided to make one."
The dog leotard was born.
The leotard does not prevent shedding. It just keeps it in check when needed.
Anxious pups could benefit from the garment as well. Wrapping dogs in snug fabric is said to ease nervousness during times of stress.
Shed Defender is quick to note that the product is intended to be worn for brief periods at a time, not always — and that dogs should be properly brushed after using it, as is recommended to maintain a healthy coat.
This Video Of A 105-Year-Old Meeting His 5-Day-Old Great Grandson Is Bringing Joy To The World
Family Plays Horror Board Game And Gets More Than They Bargained For
The 10 Funniest Sibling Photo Recreations On The Internet
Rogue Stapler Leaves The 4th Floor To Explore The World
What Becoming A Billionaire Actually Feels Like
This Girl Made A 'Why You Should Date Me' Powerpoint For Her Crush
News Anchors Learn What A 'Furry' Is Live On Camera
This Kitten Was Abandoned, Then A Crow Does Something You've Never Seen
The Internet Can't Handle This Video Of A Baby Adoring His Mom
Girl Sings 'Hallelujah' With Lyrics That Tell The Easter Story
Comedian Has To Stop His Routine Because Of The Noise Coming From This Guy